I just discovered a new unknown Apple iTunes feature. For those of you that use the remote speaker feature through iTunes and your Airport Express.
(For those of you that know what I am talking about, the Airport Express has the capability to plug in a "Line-Out" feed so you can plug in your Airport Express into your stereo and remotely stream music from your Apple iTunes to your Airport Express. It's kind of a nifty feature.. anyway...)
The way you select where you want your music to play is a drop down menu at the bottom of iTunes that automatically appears when it detects that there is an Airport Express that you have access to.
Well a new feature that's on that drop down menu is called "Multiple Speakers..." So you can play your music on your laptop and remotely at the same time. Or two different Airport Expresses or whatever you want to do. I don't know the limit to how many you can connect to, but that's a pretty cool feature!
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